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  • Report: Inconsistency in Creating Cybersecurity Strategies Common among EU Nations - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Report: Inconsistency in Creating Cybersecurity Strategies Common among EU Nations

    A new report on network and information security finds that European nations are highly varied in how prepared they are for dealing with cyber crime, network attacks and network resilience, according to the European Network and Information Security Agency. ENISA’s “Country Reports” features an overview and detailed reports on 30 European nations, with information that […] More

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    EU Cyber Agency Cracks Down on Cyber Zombies

    According to zombie lore, a surefire way to destroy one of the living dead is a shot to the head. Now, EU’s cybersecurity agency, ENISA, has published a study on botnets, also known as cyber zombies. But neutralizing these zombies may be more difficult than their horror-movie brethren. The report, titled “Botnets: Measurement, Detection, Disinfection […] More

  • New Report Details Governmental Cloud Security in EU - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    New Report Details Governmental Cloud Security in EU

    Cloud computing will soon serve a significant number of EU citizens, subject-matter experts and public administrations, and national governments should thus develop a strategy and study the role cloud computing will play for critical information infrastructure protection, according to a new report from the European Network and Information Security Agency. Targeted at senior managers of […] More

  • How Safe is Your Smartphone? ENISA Report Analyzes Security Risks - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    How Safe is Your Smartphone? ENISA Report Analyzes Security Risks

    ENISA announced the publications of a report, Smartphones: Information security risks, opportunities and recommendations for users, designed to give an informed assessment of the information security and privacy risks of using smartphones. Eighty million smartphones were sold worldwide in the third quarter of 2010. The report’s objective is to allow users to take advantage of […] More

  • Europe Boosts Cyber Defense, Global Collaborations - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Europe Boosts Cyber Defense, Global Collaborations

    A new strategy proposes the establishment of a center that will pool the efforts of European Union member countries to battle cyber threats and other criminal activities that use the Internet as a digital battleground, Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter reports. “We have to adopt to the digital reality and meet the challenge of cyber crime,” […] More

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    Only 5% of Email is Not Spam Says Research Group

    The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA), a European cyber security agency, has released a report that claims 95 percent of email is spam. ENISA surveyed ESPs from 27 European countries and found that less than 5 percent of email is actually delivered to inboxes because of anti-spam programs. Dr. Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director […] More

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    How Secure is Cloud Computing?

    With the recent movement towards a cloud computing model, many senior leaders and IT professionals are wondering just how secure the cloud is. The European Network and Information Security Agency recently published a report that seeks to provide a model of deciding if cloud computing meets the security an organization requires. The report concludes that […] More

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